Ticket sales for this afternoon's game between Cape Verde and Tanzania are having a "good start" and a "good" public presence is expected at the National Stadium.
On a tour of some outlets in the city of Praia, Inforpress found that tickets of 500 escudos (almost five euros) for the covered bench and those of 200 escudos (almost two euros) for the central bank have had greater output, justified by an adept due to the sun and the high temperature that could be in the hour of the game.
Sellers believe that, by the time of the game, tickets will run out due to heavy demand, especially in the first hours of Friday.
The game starts at 4:00 p.m., at the National Stadium, and refers to the third round of group L, qualifying for CAN'2019.
This match is crucial for Cape Verde's aspirations, as in two games only adds one point, and will want to win to keep the dream of appearing in the final phase.
The game will be directed by Malian referee Boubou Traore, aided by Drissa Kamory Niare and Baba Yombolila, with Gaoussa Kané playing the role of the fourth official. Tadeo Nsue Onva was appointed commissioner of the game.
Four days later, the two teams meet again, this time to give El Salam, for the game of the fourth day.
The Uganda team leads the group with four points, followed by Tanzania and Lesotho with the same two points, while Cape Verde scored just one point in two games.